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Healthcare: Body, Mind, and Spirit 02/17/2020

The caduceus is the traditional symbol of Hermes and features two snakes winding around an often winged staffCon Alma is proud to partner with New Mexico First in a statewide town hall called Healthcare: Body, Mind, and Spirit.

A broad range of stakeholders will join in building consensus on approaches and public policy solutions to improve the physical, behavioral and mental health of New Mexicans. Folks who are invited to share their voice in the conversation are people who are making a difference in healthcare policy as well as those who want to make a difference, such as community members from rural, urban, frontier, tribal/pueblo areas, healthcare providers from the promotion and prevention side to intervention and treatment, business leaders, government professionals/policymakers, students, health advocates, faith leaders and people who work with data.

All geographic, political, and cultural backgrounds are invited to the town hall.

More info and registration can be found here http://nmfirst.org/event-details/healthcare-body-mind-and-spirit-town-hall

The town hall is free, but seats are limited and will go fast. 

Register Today!

In the run up to the Town Hall, New Mexico First will be hosting several Community Conversations around the state. These include but are not limited to Peralta (completed), Santa Fe, Taos, Truth or Consequences, and Socorro. Please check this link for the latest on locations and registration for the regional Community Conversations: http://nmfirst.org/event-details/healthcare-body-mind-and-spirit-town-hall#Conversations

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